Today's Nanos poll has the Conservatives down slightly, with the Liberals and the NDP gaining. These trends were apparent in Ontario, where the Liberal 4.4% lead is their best result of the campaign, and the NDP 18.5% is close to their high point. Also, in Québec, the Grits rebounded from yesterday's low of 16% to almost 20%, while after a one day blip, the Bloc is back to the low 30s.
Also, Macleans has posted the regional breakdown from the recent Innovative Research poll (I'm not sure if they just added the document, or if I had originally missed it), which is therefore added to the projection. All numbers are very close to recent polling averages.
No change in the aggregate projection:
CON - 150
LIB - 79
BQ - 48
NDP - 31
The average Conservative national lead is now 11.8%.